Nigerian striker, Leke James had completed a move to Turkish Super Lig side Sivasspor after ending his short stint in Saudi Arabian with Al-Qadisiyah, AOIFootball.com reports.
Following a spectacular 2020 season in Norway with Molde FK where he scored 13 goals in 16 starts, the 28-year-old shocked many with a move to the Middle East in February but however struggled to score just twice in 10 games as the club fell to relegation.
The former Bridge FC star will now team up with fellow Nigerian Kayode Olanrewaju who also signed a one-year loan extension with the club ahead of the 2021/2022 season.
Leke James made his first move to Europe in January of 2012, joining Norwegian side Aalesunds FK before moving to Chinese club Beijing BSU in 2016.
However, following a two-year stint in China, he then returned to Norway with Molde in April 2018 where he became one of the best strikers in the league over the course of his 3 seasons with the club.
The striker has scored an amazing 103 goals in 222 club games whilst also assisting 22 times since his move to Europe in 2012.